Articles & Whitepapers
VOC emissions generated from wastewater treatment basins in refineries and petrochemical plants - how to treat them
The challenge Wastewater treatment basins represent a major challenge at an environmental level, since they emit Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) emissions and generate odours due to the degradation of organic matter, which affect both people working at the plant, as well as the communities around and the environment. Whenever wastewater basins are open to the atmosphere, odorous emissions of ...
Progress toward decarbonization in the shipping industry will take a multi-pronged approach. The UN International Maritime Organization has set an ambitious goal to cut the maritime shipping ...
Tecam, a leading supplier of environmental technology, announces that it has been awarded a new project for the treatment of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and odours emissions derived from the wastewater treatment plant within a refinery in ...
Equipment & Solutions
The Anguil Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizer (DFTO) thermally destroys Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and odorous emissions often discharged from industrial exhaust stacks or chemical processes. It is an ideal abatement technology for process streams heavily laden with pollutants or intermittent batch processes where the oxidizer can come on-line relatively ...
The Incineration and Energy from Waste (EfW) sectors face tighter emission controls, to meet updated national regulations, whilst facing increasing pressure to reduce plant operating costs. The Minamata Convention on Mercury (Hg), a global agreement on environment and health protection adopted in 2013, includes the need to control and reduce Hg emissions from the related industrial sectors. ENVEA ...